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  • Nonprofit Representatives And Public Officials Get Tips On Applying For Grants

    MIDDLETOWN - Representatives from state agencies, towns and nonprofit groups learned about applying for federal and state grants Tuesday. The workshop offered tips on grant writing as well as opportunities for attendees to network with representatives...
  • Fill Up The Rent With UConn Fans

    As a UConn football season ticket holder, I am constantly dismayed at the sold but unoccupied seats at Rentschler Field. Let's support our new coach and dedicated student athletes by filling those sold seats. Here's an idea: Season ticket holders who...
  • Upcoming Events: Garden Tours, Concert In The Garden, SolarFest

    Upcoming Events: Garden Tours, Concert In The Garden, SolarFest
    Elizabeth Park Events Annual Garden Tour: Join Bob Prill for a tour of the Annual Garden in mid-summer Tuesday, Aug. 5, 6 p.m.. Free. Information: http://www.elizabethparkct.org and 860-231-9443860-231-9443. Wednesday Summer Concert Series: Listen...
  • Heroin Abuse Bill Establishes Federal Funding For Inpatient Care

    U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty is cosponsoring legislation that would establish a federal grant program to fund inpatient treatment for heroin abuse. The bill is a response to a high rate of heroin overdose deaths in Connecticut and throughout the country that...
  • Edinburgh Theater Review: 'The Trial of Jane Fonda' Starring Anne Archer

    Anyone with an eye on the Middle East this summer will recognize the importance of dialogue and mediation. That seems to have been something implicitly understood by Jane Fonda in 1988 when the filming of romantic drama "Stanley & Iris" was threatened...
  • What About Another Science Center?

    Are the parents of inner-city children from Bridgeport, New Haven and Waterbury going to take the time and expense to bring their children to the Connecticut Science Center in Hartford? I doubt it. Instead of pumping millions of dollars into the Science...
  • Store Worker Shot At Close Range During Waterbury Robbery Dies

    Store Worker Shot At Close Range During Waterbury Robbery Dies
    WATERBURY — Tony Dupre shot convenience store employee David Shand point-blank on July 20, without warning and for no apparent reason, stepping over the bleeding man to grab money from the cash register before leaving, according to police. Shand...
  • Non-Functioning Gun Found At Bradley Airport

    Non-Functioning Gun Found At Bradley Airport
    WINDSOR LOCKS — A Waterbury man was charged Monday afternoon when authorities found a non-functioning gun in a carry-on bag at a security checkpoint in Bradley International Airport, state police said. Angel Santiago, 32, of Rawley Avenue, was...
  • Jazz's Mario Pavone Draws On Boyhood Memories For His Sounds

    Jazz's Mario Pavone Draws On Boyhood Memories For His Sounds
    What the taste of a small rich cake called a madeleine was for triggering a famous flood of memories in French novelist Marcel Proust's classic "Remembrance of Things Past," the sound of the accordion is for the celebrated, Waterbury-born, avant-garde...
  • Nonprofit Receives $200,000 Grant to Aid Families Of Prisoners

    HARTFORD - When her daughter was incarcerated six years ago, Natalia Perez decided to move to Connecticut from Puerto Rico to take care of her grandchildren. Though their father has custody, Perez's granddaughter and grandson, now 7 and 9 years old,...
  • 'Sovereign Citizen' Learns Stop Signs Apply To Him

    'Sovereign Citizen' Learns Stop Signs Apply To Him
    WATERBURY — A Louisiana man who claims to be a "sovereign citizen," part of a movement whose adherents claim they have no obligation obey the law, pay taxes or even possess a driver's license, found out Tuesday that stop signs apply to everyone....
  • Pasadena: Mount Zion UMC welcomes new pastor

    Baltimore and Pittsburgh fans will be duly represented at Mount Zion United Methodist Church. Its new pastor grew up in Pennsylvania, making his hometown football team the Steelers. But his wife, the Rev. Denise Norfleet-Walker, is a die-hard Ravens fan....